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WELCOME to Kimo’s Vegas ... The Player’s Edge!
NOWADAYS, the cool celeb thing to do is dance with the Pussycat Dolls at Caesars Palace ... the latest to show off her stuff was Audrina Patridge from MTV’s The Hills. Check out her performance at www.KimosVegas.com
A NEW STUDY by UNLV and UNR scientists estimates that a magnitude 6.6 earthquake would cause $18 billion in damage to 300,000 buildings and kill 900 people in Las Vegas. You know what they say about earthquakes and casinos: “You’ll be safe in the casinos ... nothing big ever hits there.”
DID YOU KNOW ... The Palazzo is the only Strip casino to offer a smoke-free slot area? Look for it across from the Laguna Bar.
THE RIO’S Show in the Sky closes April 8. Officials say the aerial parade will return with a new cast. Some believe it’ll have a more adult theme when it returns.
THE RIO’S Secco Golf Club has a new feature ... T-Mates. Created so you can concentrate on enjoying your game, they are skilled in club selection, the ins-and-outs of the course, can keep score, fix divots and even make show and dinner reservations.
THERE’S A NEW Italian trattoria named after its chef/partner Agostino Sciandri, called AGO. The Hard Rock’s latest dining experience is best known for its authentic Tuscan-style Italian food that emphasizes light and simple cooking. Celebrity partner Robert De Niro and a lot of other celebs have been known to frequent the Hollywood, Miami and Vegas dining rooms.
NO CITATIONS will be issued for the Jan. 25 three-alarm fire at the Monte Carlo that resulted in the evacuation of 6,000 people and almost $100 million in damages. The fire department says, “We reviewed all the information, and we didn’t feel it was intentional.”
DAWN WELLS, a former Miss Nevada who we all remember as Mary Ann Summers from the Gilligan’s Island TV series was busted for possession of pakalolo in Driggs, Idaho. The arresting officer pulled the 69-year-old actress over because her car was weaving ... she told the officer that she gave a couple of hitchers a ride and they did all the smoking. Did you know that her dad used to run the old Thunderbird Hotel in Vegas?
GEORGE MICHAEL brings his “25 Live” North American tour to the MGM Grand Garden Arena June 21. Already seen by more than 1.3 million people in 12 countries, it’s his first performance on American soil in 17 years. His new CD features duets with Paul McCartney and Mary J. Blige, and that song from the TV show Eli Stone (Faith). In case you were counting, he is England’s 10th richest resident musician.
TIME TO BRUSH UP on your ‘80s choreography, because coming soon to a casino near you is the “Village People Party.” The sailor, policeman, biker, cowboy, Indian and construction worker have their own slot machine featuring your favorite disco songs In the Navy, Macho, Macho Man, YMCA and more.
NOW OPEN in the Fremont Hotel ... Dunkin’ Donuts.
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